D.L. Moffitt began his/their policy career leveraging data to empower innovation and improvement in public agencies at the intersections of education administration and social welfare. With lived experience in the child welfare system, he/they come to Foster America having developed an expertise in prevention sciences as an equity designer and improvement manager. Program experience spans the New York State Education Department, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Denver Public Schools, Colorado Department of Human Services, Baltimore City Public Schools, and the U.S. Small Business Administration. He/they hold a bachelor’s degree in Cultural History and Languages from George Mason University and a master’s degree in Education Policy from Columbia University.
Inspired by lived experts, D.L.’s commitment to public innovation stems from a belief that local, state, and federal governments can care for those they serve. Dancing, singing, and photography are a few passions outside of work.